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Soviet Veterans of the Second World War: A Popular Movement in an Authoritarian Society, 1941-1991
  • M. Edele
  • Political Science
  • 27 November 2008
Chronology Glossary Preface PART I: REINTEGRATION Introduction: Consequences of War 1. The Epic of Return 2. Welcome to Normalcy 3. Becoming a Civilian PART II: VICTORS AND VICTIMS 4. 'A GreatExpand
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Paper soldiers: the world of the soldier hero according to Soviet wartime posters.
  • M. Edele
  • Medicine, Sociology
  • Jahrbucher fur Geschichte Osteuropas
  • 1999
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Soviet Society, Social Structure, and Everyday Life: Major Frameworks Reconsidered
This is a good time to be a social historian. The linguistic turn has thoroughly discredited any attempt to see politics and culture as mere surface phenomena of deeper social transformations andExpand
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Johannes-Dieter Steinert. Deportation und Zwangsarbeit. Polnische und sowjetische Kinder im nationalsozialistischen Deutschland und im besetzten Osteuropa 1939–1945.
Johannes-Dieter Steinert. Deportation und Zwangsarbeit. Polnische und sowjetische Kinder im nationalsozialistischen Deutschland und im besetzten Osteuropa 1939–1945 . [Deportation and Forced Labour.Expand
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Soviet veterans as an entitlement group, 1945-1955
The article explores processes of group integration and disintegration among Soviet veterans of World War II during the first postwar decade. Approaches that focus on generation, legal privilege,Expand
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Soviet liberations and occupations, 1939-1949
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The Limits of Demobilization: Global Perspectives on the Aftermath of the Great War
One hundred years ago, the European powers plunged into a soon-to-be global conflict that has been aptly described as ‘the great seminal catastrophe’ of the twentieth-century. Given the scope of theExpand
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Toward a Sociocultural History of the Soviet Second World War
When Elena Kozhina arrived in the Cossack village of Koshevka, 80 kilometers outside of Rostov-on-Don in 1942, the eight-year-old was close to death by starvation. One of the survivors of a familyExpand
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